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Jawbreaker

Dear You (Reissue)

(Features Blake From Jets To Brazil)

Blackball 4

Released on March 2, 2004

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$12.50

Originally released in September 1995 and taken out of print after its first pressing, this album has been a cult favorite and expensive collectible since that time. This reissue includes the complete recordings, that means 5 bonus tracks not on the original. The CD is also enhanced and includes a video of the track "Fireman." CD has 24-page color booklet with lyrics, expanded art and photos.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 19 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Save Your Generation  5%
2 I Love You So Much It's Killing Us Both  7%
3 Fireman  8%
4 Accident Prone Voted #2  16%
5 Chemistry  5%
6 Oyster  4%
7 Million  8%
8 Lurker II: Dark Son Of Night  2%
9 Jet Black Voted #3  9%
10 Bad Scene, Everyone's Fault  7%
11 Sluttering (May 4th) Voted #1  18%
12 Basilica  2%
13 Unlisted Track  2%
14 Shirt (Bonus Track)  2%
15 Into You Like a Train (Bonus Track)  1%
16 Sister (Bonus Track)  2%
17 Friendly Fire (Bonus Track)  1%
18 Boxcar (Bonus Track)  2%
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Connor from Cary, NC 
Aug 6 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Jawbreaker is now my favorite band.

I bought this cd to hear Jawbreaker, simply because pretty much every punk I know was like, "dude, Jawbreaker is so boss". I was fuckin amazed from the first track ("Save Your Generation") which isnt even my favorite song. It got even better as the album went on. "Fireman", "Accident Prone", "Sluttering" (the best song on the album), "Oyster" and "Bad Scene, Everybody's Fault" are crazy songs.

The Bonus tracks on this album are hit or miss. "Shirt" is a pretty kickass song, but "Freindly Fire" and "Sister" are not as good. Their cover of "Into You Like A Train" is pretty sweet... As for "Boxcar".. Well, Its a fuckin amazing song. It sounds really good on this album, but it doesnt even compare to the version on "24 Hour Revenge Thearapy". The version on "24 Hour Revenge Thearapy" is much rougher and way better.

The thing that makes Jawbreaker so different from your average commercial pop punk band is that they have this rough style of pop punk, similar to Soundgarden. The lyrics are depressing and are easy to relate to if you have emotions. Everything about them is great. They can take a totally mediocre chord progression, add one dark chord to it, and make it way kickass.

My final verdict is that this cd is one of my favorites, and Jawbreaker kicks major ass. Blakes raw voice and crunchy guitar, Adam's wicked rhythems, Chris's awesome basslines... What more could you want? Get "Bivouac" and "24 Hour Revenge Thearapy" also, because those are very good.





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Daniel from Hollywood, FL 
Apr 19 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Yup, this is good, Bivouac is better, 24 hour reveng therapy comes in tied. Unfun is imature but still good. I recommend this for anyone who wants to listen to good music.

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Gavin from Belfast, United Kingdom 
Feb 28 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

In my opinion their best album, more upbeat certainly than their previous efforts (which are all excellent) & their most consistent. More pop, which in the eyes of some Jawbreaker fans is probably bad, but not me. If you've never heard them & would like a place to start, this is it. Work your way back & you'll appreciate what a truly great band Jawbreaker were. Best tracks - Jet Black, Sluttering & Save Your Generation.

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John from Leeds, United Kingdom 
Oct 4 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

If you don't buy this CD at 12 o'clock tonight a small girl called Lizzy who died in a car crash when she was six and a half will appear at your bed with 3 of her dolls and curse you forever and strangle you. I'm lying. She won't really. Just buy it - it's really good.

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Donal from Dublin, Ireland 
Sep 23 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Simply amazing,you need this album.I've listened to it a good few times since getting it,and love it as much each time.Accident Prone is my favourite track on the cd,but to be honest the CD does not have a bad song.Worth every cent of the $12.50,hurry up and buy it!

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Jorge from Salamanca, Spain 
Aug 27 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

what can I say about this album?? That's emo and not what we're calling it now... Save your generation is an amazing song. I love this album. It kept me addicted for weeks.

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Josef from Nutley, NJ 
Aug 17 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Jawbreaker is amazing. If you have ever heard stuff by Jawbreaker, it's probably off this album. But if its not, or you havent heard this.. I suggest you pick it up.. quickly!! Blake says it at the end of one of the songs... "If you hear this song a hundred times it still won't be enough!!!!" and its true... for all the songs.. the whole damn album!! Buy it and you will find yourself suddenly sporting jawbreaker t-shirts and stickers... because after you listen to it... you will realize that they are one of the most amazing bands that ever existed.

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Alex from Long Beach, CA 
Aug 10 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

wow, i didnt get into this cd for aw hile after i bought it because the first few tracks dotn grab you, but when i gave it a few listens through and discovered how good they were, i threw up, and by that i mean started lovign this cd.

This is definetly a vey good cd, and its obvious where they influenced bands like the lawrence arms and the honor system. The best tracks are million (which has great lyrics),accident prone, fireman, and jet black, those are the emoest.

but there are the crazy punk tracks like boxcar and i love you so much...

all in all if you liek punk thats not shit thats in the middle of the spectrum

not bull fucking shit like screamo but not quite punk enough to be called punk then yes, grab this cd.

PS

Screamo is the most stupide bowl of shit that the punk god ever shit out. blech.

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Jack from Bothell, WA 
Apr 7 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Jawbreaker has always been a cool band in my opinion. This is excellent chill-out music for a lazy sunday or something. Boxcar and the Sluttering are the best tracks on here.

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Danny from Hull, United Kingdom 
Mar 3 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is a great solid album from Jawbreaker, their first, and only on a major label and the quality of the production does wonders for jawbreaker. With the extra songs on the end this album is well worth getting. With the wonderful songs such as, Fireman, Unlisted track and Bad Scene, Everyones Fault are classics that will be played for years to come. This album outshines all their previous efforts and its a shame to have seen this band part ways.

 
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